Anne Heffron, author of YOU DON’T LOOK ADOPTED, on tour January 2018

| October 25, 2017

About You Don’t Look Adopted Paperback: 164 pages Publisher: Running Water Press (February 5, 2017) When you take away the habits of your life, you get to the question of Who am I? And if you sit with that, you get to the question of How far am I willing to go to find the answers? If you are Anne Heffron, […]

Christine Hale, author of A PIECE OF SKY, A GRAIN OF RICE, on tour August 2016

| June 2, 2016

About A Piece of Sky, A Grain of Rice: A Memoir in Four Meditations Paperback: 274 pages Publisher: Apprentice House (July 1, 2016) Christine Hale grew up amid abuse, depression, dysfunction, alienation and isolation—her mother’s, but also, because her view was the lens that controlled the family—her own, her father’s and her two sisters’. She became a […]

Thad Carhart, author of Finding Fontainebleau, on tour July 2016

| April 8, 2016

About Finding Fontainebleau Hardcover: 304 pages Publisher: Viking (May 17, 2016) Viking is proud to announce a new memoir from Thad Carhart, author of the beloved bestseller The Piano Shop on the Left Bank, now in its 21st printing, which the San Francisco Chronicle raved would “lure the rustiest plunker back to the piano bench and the […]

Katrell Christie and Shannon McCaffrey, authors of Tiger Heart, on tour October 2015

| August 12, 2015

About Tiger Heart Paperback: 232 pages Publisher: HCI (October 6, 2015) Katrell Christie never intended to visit India. In fact, her ideal vacation was a tropical beach where she could relax with a margarita in her hand. But when this former art student turned roller-derby rebel met three teenage girls at a crowded Buddhist orphanage in Darjeeling, she […]

Jon Derek Croteau, author of My Thinning Years: Starving the Gay Within, on tour September/October 2014

| June 17, 2014

About My Thinning Years: Starving the Gay Within Paperback: 240 pages Publisher: Hazelden (September 9, 2014) As a child, Jon tried desperately to be his father’s version of the all-American boy, denying his gayness in a futile attempt to earn the love and respect of an abusive man. With this he built a deep, internalized homophobia that […]